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Thread: second Mini Dresden ready for quilting.........

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    Wow a real work of art!!!

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    What a marvelous little gem you have made. I can't imagine doing work that small.
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    Fabulous quilt!!!
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    Oh my goodness! Absolutely beautiful!!
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    Such incredible work and patience. Gorgeous

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    How beautiful. I love those tiny quilts. They are a lot of work.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Murphy1 View Post
    I am in awe of your talent. I can't imagine creating such a lovely quilt in this mini form. I too think you have a family heirloom. Thanks for sharing your talent and technique.
    I am in complete agreement. WOW

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    I love love love it. You did an awesome job.
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    I would love to actually see that quilt. I don't think pictures quite do it justice. It is absolutely beautiful. The colors are perfect for the project, the multi-colored sashing strips, etc. White binding would be a great finish. Amazing!
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    Absolutely amazing!!

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    Gorgeous work!!!!

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    This is absolutely gorgeous. Thanks for showing us.

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    Simply astonishing how tiny and yet perfect you made this.... I'm in awe of your talent! Love love love this quilt! The fabrics are fabulous too! I could stare at the picture all morning.

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    oh i think this is one of the most beautiful mini quilts i have ever seen. you are a genius and i am in love!
    A rolling stone gathers no moss

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    thank you all so much for your compliments! It runs down like silk and I am extremely flattered and happy.
    Have a great weekend.
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    This is gorgeous and I am amazed at the accuracy of the tiny plates. I think I would put a green binding on it to pick up the color of the vine. You did a beautiful job.

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    Your little quilt is so amazing!!! Just love it. Thank you for the hints on how to get little "plates." Have been looking for mini dresdan paper piecing to make a pincushion for an exchange. I could try your method. LOVELY LOVELY LOVELY

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    Gorgeous quilt. What talent !!!
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    The dear little quilt is like stitched sunshine.

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    I am sure it will work great. With "my method" you can go even less than my size since there is no need to quilt inside the petal. Please post the pincushion.

    Quote Originally Posted by daisydebby View Post
    Your little quilt is so amazing!!! Just love it. Thank you for the hints on how to get little "plates." Have been looking for mini dresdan paper piecing to make a pincushion for an exchange. I could try your method. LOVELY LOVELY LOVELY

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    WOW !! Beautiful quilt ! Nice job

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    Beautiful work.

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    Your quilt is stunning! Congratulations!

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    Wow ! That is gorgeous ! Great job ! I just love it . i would lay a piece of the green like the color of the vines around it and see what that would look like . If it did not look good then I would go with white.
    Have a Blessed & Prosperous Day !
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    white binding would be perfect. How big are the blocks you put the plates on? Gorgeous!

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